It’s strange that living in the Arabian Desert in Dubai, you never come across that many camels. However, the scenery changes quite dramatically in Salalah, Oman. Driving down the street you will often find camels ambling up to you in large numbers. It’s truly a glorious moment to partake in … more »
They say that a picture is worth a thousand words.
In this section we share with you visuals from our travels around the world.
So come back for more honest photos and see how beautiful the world truly is!
One of the most wonderful sights that you will feast upon in Rio de Janeiro is Christ the Redeemer – blessing the city from his perch atop a mountain. He enjoys a wonderful birds eye view of the entire city. This is a privileged spot and it’s only fair to … more »
We walked into this amazing complex in Central Quito by complete accident. It’s opposite the Plaza Grande through a quaint row of coffee shops and restaurants. The corridor leading to this amazing sight gave no indication of the wonder that came in front. A beautiful Andalusian style courtyard with colorful … more »
A 13th century orthodox Christian mural in Gorgora, Ethiopia. There was a wedding at the Church on the day that we happened to visit. The orthodox cross on top of the church is made out of ostrich eggs! The ancient carpets are full of lice, fleas and other amazing creatures. … more »
All jobs in Cuba are controlled by the government. Aside from some taxis, Casa Particulares (Cuban home stays), and Paladars (family run restaurants) you’ll rarely find someone who doesn’t work for the government. Folks in Havana sell flowers or other odds and ends to make some extra money. In a … more »
Sometimes the moment gives meaning to a picture. Like the first time that you see the Pacific. The largest ocean on our blue planet. To quote a singer and a poet, it did look like a thousand diamonds. The water is warm and wonderful!
She walks along a street in Central Havana. It’s Wednesday, time to collect the government rations. The streets are smoky because of the old cars. She walks swiftly to get to her destination. She likes her yellow slippers. They’re sunny!
Follow that car! In Cuba your transportation options are quite interesting! Due to a shortage of vehicles, regular cars often double up as cabs. Blue, smoky and noisy! Truly a trip back to the 60s!
Massive burger spotted in Metepec, Mexico. This king size burger was on sale alongside lesser mortals such as tacos and burritos. Scrunchy lettuce, tomatoes, chicken, ham and more! Delicious! The pure delight on Mr Chef’s face is evident. Unfortunately we didn’t capture the spectators smiles in this shot! Squeeze that … more »
Mexican culture will often startle you with the amount of colorful skulls they display and celebrate. We visited the ‘Death Shop’ in Santiago de Queretaro and found an awesome display of cadavers, trees of life, skull t-shirts and much more! A tradition passed down by the Aztecs, the skull appears … more »